A ‘bright and much loved’ French schoolgirl with no underlying medical condition has died from coronavirus

A ‘bright and much loved’ French schoolgirl with no underlying medical condition has died from coronavirus and is believed to be the youngest victim in Europe.

Tributes were today being paid to Julie Alliot, 16, who succumbed to respiratory problems in a Paris hospital on Wednesday after first developing a ‘slight cough’ a week ago.

The data suggests that millions of secret tracking requests emanated from Saudi Arabia over a four-month period beginning in November 2019.

The tracking requests, which sought to establish the US location of Saudi–registered phones, appeared to originate from Saudi’s three biggest mobile phone companies.

The latest restrictions, which will last from 30 March to 9 April, are set to be approved at a cabinet meeting on Sunday.

Mr Sanchez told the nation in a televised addressed on Saturday: “This decision allows us to reduce the number of infected people to a much greater extent.”

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked the country’s 1.3 billion people this week to stay indoors for three weeks in the world’s biggest lockdown, in a bid to curb the spread of the virus.

India has reported 979 cases and 25 deaths.

As America stares into the abyss, many thousands of such stories of enterprise are keeping a flicker of hope alive.

“I don’t think there’s any question that in the short term we are failing this test,” said Anne-Marie Slaughter, chief executive of the New America Foundation, a think tank. “We’re at a real low point as a nation.